Cleome hassleriana, Spider Flower, An heirloom often seen in cottage gardens, These soft pale pink Flowers hold their strong scented, fragrant, 5-6in flower clusters and narrow seed pods aloft on sturdy, 4ft stems that will create airy effect focal points in the back of a border from June to Sept. A native of South America, Cleome thrives in ordinary soil and full sun, with little care. The blooms will attract beneficial insects to your garden, and you'll enjoy cutting some stems for bouquets. Full Sun, Sow indoors March, April or outdoors May to June., Seed Count Approx - 110 avg SOWING - Good light levels & best sown late. If too early or too cold, it will not germinate & may rot before they sprout. Sow on top of the soil in light, (not covered) indoors 4 to 6 wks before the last frost, or sow out insitu after all danger of frost is passed.